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Carol Schaal '91M.A. | July 5, 2017

Dome Scenic

He played in Maine’s Little League Baseball state championship game in 1979, but his longtime job in New York City means Brian O’Gara ’89 hasn’t lived in the Pine Tree State for years. The vice president of special events for Major League Baseball, however, says he felt fortunate to be among those selected this year for induction into the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame, to be honored by “my home state that I love so dearly.” . . . Among the many activities of Idaho resident Lauren Stein McLean ’97 is her commitment to sustainable communities. In recognition of her work on “land conservation, energy efficiency and social justice,” the Boise City Council president pro tem was named in March by Grist.org as one of 50 innovators “with fresh, forward-thinking solutions to some of humanity’s biggest challenges.” McLean has worked continually to protect the Boise foothills, noting, “They’re the place [my husband] Scott and I take our kids for family time, where we’ve found baby owls with them, taught them to mountain bike, and spent countless hours walking and exploring.”

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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